Gluware has launched Gluware 5.1 to bring significant new features to the platform and no-code application suite that help enterprises advance hyperautomation and enable self-operating networks.

Gluware 5.1 brings new and improved pre-built capabilities for Cisco ACI, Cisco Meraki and Versa Networks, as well as enhanced support for Check Point Gaia, Extreme Networks ExtremeXOS, Palo Alto PAN-OS, Fortinet FortiOS and more. The new API modeling support for Cisco ACI provides app support for Device Manager and Config Drift and Audit. Furthermore, this update unifies the management of CLI devices with API-controlled devices. Gluware has also added support for device-level automation, including VLANs and SVIs, along with switch stack support for Cisco Meraki.

Gluware’s expansion of support for Cisco products like Cisco ACI and Meraki helps end-users implement automation across their traditional CLI-based infrastructure as well as newer API-driven infrastructure. This provides a consistent, consolidated platform to accelerate customers from task-based automation to process automation using Network RPA – no matter the starting state of their network. By consolidating more automation capabilities into a single platform, Gluware delivers a comprehensive solution for network hyperautomation and accelerates the path to self-operating networks.

Another key update in Gluware 5.1 is enhanced Gluware Topology, with new layouts and the expansion of the data model to support link aggregation, trunks, and port channels. Additionally, there are several Network RPA enhancements, including import/export for workflows, advanced error handling, new state assessment, and advanced variables.

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